On this page you can find some answers to frequently asked questions about legislation and
taxation in relation to company cars. Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers.
|IF YOU ARE WORKING IN DENMARK||IF YOU WORK IN TWO COUNTRIES||IF YOU DRIVE A FOREIGN REGISTRERED CAR IN DENMARK|
|If your company car is rented or leased by your employer, you are taxed as if the employer had purchased the car. Read more.||If you work in two countries, or if you live in one country and work in another, you can avoid being taxed twice for your company car. A double taxation agreement could be your best bet. However, every situation is different, so make sure you examine every aspect.||As a general rule, you cannot use a foreign-registered car in Denmark unless you pay the Danish registration tax. This applies equally to leased vehicles. Read more.|
|EXEPTIONS ALLOWING THE USE OF A FOREIGN-REGISTERED VEHICLE|
|There are exceptions allowing a resident of Denmark to use a foreign-registered vehicle in Denmark. Find out more.|